Collaborations: a good idea? will be the question that you will see answered on my blog throughout the blog hop. At the end of each post there will be a link that will take you to the 101010 Project blog where you can find all the participants and links to their blogs.
Today we hear from sweet Leanne, a creative businesswoman that discovered her creative roots through blogging.
Name of Business: From Chaos Comes Happiness
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Years in Business: Approaching 1
Born, raised, and living in the Chicago land area, this happily chaotic soul is definitely a newbie in the universe of creative businesses. Last August, after 25 years in health care, I was released from days of insurance and hospitals and I started listening to my inner artist. My dream, From Chaos Comes Happiness, was born. I'm not doing it alone, though, as my support system is wide and deep with a husband who encourages me and two beautiful daughters who inspire me. While I have a long way to go in this business of mine, I'm determined to remain true to who I am, and stopping just long enough to smell the roses along the way.
Collaborations: a good idea?
"If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships - the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace." - Franklin D. Roosevelt. And so my belief goes . . . are collaborations a good idea? Most definitely YES! From music (Lennon& McCartney) to dancing (Astaire& Rogers), ice cream (Ben & Jerry) to computers (Hewlett & Packard), the list of amazingly successful collaborations is long and wide. I am a strong believer of strength in numbers, and any time two creative souls gather . . . I am certain great things will come of it. My most successful creative endeavors have been born out of idea bouncing and feedback that I have received from another. Setting responsibilities and boundaries are so important in the process. But once established, the sky is the limit. Anyone interested in collaborating? Call me! ;)
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